Geauga County Conversations: The Story Of The Silk Road – A Highway For Raiders, Traders And Monks

Lecturer(s)
James Godfrey
Instructor of Lifelong Learning
Location
Ohman Family Living at Holly
Date
Wednesday April 01
Time
noon-1:30 p.m.

The talk will trace the origins of the so-called Silk Road, highlighting its importance as the first major transcontinental route of commercial, political and cultural exchange. This route of travel and communication is over 2000 years old and remains as important today as it was at its beginnings. The talk will address the earliest interactions between continental Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean and all that stood in between. Geauga County Conversations Join us for this monthly luncheon series. Led by local university faculty and laypeople, this program provides participants an opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation on contemporary topics. 

Member of Lifelong Learning Cost
$10
Nonmember Cost
$20
Cost includes lunch.